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Old 06-23-2008, 03:28 PM   #11
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Thanks for all the tips, guys! I had thought of beef stew as well-- but as you said, I do have too much meet left for that. Also, it's quite hot outside, and I have this mental thing about eating soup when it's hot out. (Also have a 15 month old who's not good with the eating of soups yet!) I also try to refrain from using the stove or oven during the summer when possible... a slow cooker generates the least amount of heat.

However-- I think I can make an exception for the HASH! My step mother used to make this all the time, and I had forgotten about it! She used to heat the gravy & juices seperately, and we would smother our plates in the gravy. I loved the crispy bits of meat & taters! I'll have to cut my potatoes in half... I used new potatoes. I like to sop up the gravy with some plain ol' white bread & butter. Thanks for the suggestion! :)

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